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Yearly Archives: 2012

Hazards and Safety Measures Associated With Restaurants

Tweet Employers must provide workers compensation insurance for their restaurant employees in the event they are injured or become seriously ill while on the job. For this reason, having higher standards of safety will greatly reduce the amount of claims filed and save employers a substantial amount of costs, including time lost to employees who […]

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Restaurant Marketing – 3 Tips To Keep Your Restaurant Packed And Sell More Food

Tweet There is more to owning and operating a restaurant than just having great food. While it’s true that have great food is the first key to having a successful restaurant, it certainly isn’t the only thing that matters. I would tend to argue that there are plenty of successful restaurant that lack good quality […]

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Restaurant Hostess Training – 5 Important Tasks For a Restaurant Hostess

Tweet Proper restaurant hostess training is very important because this will ensure the smooth operations of a restaurant. It’s vital that you have the proper training so you’ll know your basic duties as a restaurant hostess.  Basically the job of a restaurant hostess is to greet the customer as they arrive at the restaurant. Most […]

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Why Purchasing Kitchen Equipment Outright Can Spell a Loss for Your Start Up Restaurant

Tweet For a lot of people dreaming of owning their own restaurant, the biggest obstacle is the price tag associated with the dream. Depending on the size of your operation, the cost of purchasing kitchen equipment alone can make up anywhere from $10,000 to $100,000+. For the restaurateurs lucky enough to get their business up […]

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How To Improve Hospitality Service Using Open Table

Tweet by Richard Saporito As a restaurant service consultant, I always have to help instruct the host or maitre d’ on how to utilize Open Table effectively. Therefore, I have written up some simple instructions to help improve hospitality service using this system. Open Table The Open Table screen is divided on the left-hand side by all […]

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Improve Waiter Service: Restaurant Owners And Management Must Always Check Sidework

Tweet  By Richard Saporito Sidework is the opening preparation of waiter service and the closing (cleaning and storing) of waiter service areas and items.  It is not as petty as you may think since it’s a simple concept. But it is not easy concept to follow through on consistently day in and day out of the restaurant […]

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Training Restaurant Servers

Tweet Here is the new approach to training servers. The author operated table service restaurants as pancake houses, coffee shops, family theme, steak houses, International gourmet, Polynesian, Tex-Mex, Delicatessen, Seafood and others too numerous to designate. What they all had in common was that they had waitresses or waiters, now referred to as servers. These […]

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The Mystery Hotel Guest – Sizing Up the Competition

Tweet If you work in hospitality, you know the competition among hotels is stiff and constant. In sports, you can size up the competition by looking at stats; with hotels it’s not so easy. If you’ve worked for competitor hotels then you know them; if not, while you know yours, the rest are a mystery. […]

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